The Killing of Reason: How the Dreadful Few Rape Europe and America

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…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

Nicholas Kristof
Nicholas Kristof

People who do not have a serious argument are sometimes funny. On many occasions, those people would deliberately insert a silly argument into an issue and argue against that argument. In logic, this is commonly known as straw man and it is demonstrably fallacious.

I was somewhat stunned when ideologue Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times did exactly that with respect to illegal immigration. I was stunned precisely because no one was brave enough to douse him with a bucket water. Why?

Because one needn’t be a genius to figure out that the man feasts on double standard. As a faithful member of the Dreadful Few, he seems to have no other choice.

In his desperate and Zionist zeal to evade the illegal immigration issue, Kristof has recently written,

“A BOOK, ‘The Christian Examiner,’ warns that ‘ill-clad and destitute” immigrants are “repulsive to our habits and our tastes.’

“A former mayor of New York City cautions that they bring disease, ‘wretchedness and want’ to America. And Harper’s Weekly despairs that these immigrants are ‘steeped in ignorance’ and account for a disproportionate share of criminals.”[1]

He moves on to declare,





“Immigration has hugely enriched our country. For starters, unless you are a full-blooded American Indian, we have you.

“Nations, like carpets, benefit from multiple kinds of threads, and Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, was right: ‘It is a good rule of thumb to ask of a country: Are people trying to get into it or out of it?’

“Look, people aren’t legal or illegal, behaviors are. If an investment banker is convicted of insider trading, he doesn’t become an illegal. So let’s refer not to ‘illegal immigrants’ but to ‘undocumented immigrants.’”[2]

Why doesn’t this man apply the same logic to Israel or any other country on the planet? Why does this dumb argument only work in the United States and nowhere else? How about South Korea, where this writer currently resides?

Israel in particular has strict immigration laws, yet in America, the Dreadful Few paved the way for illegal immigration laws. Historian Hugh Davis Graham said:

“Following the shock of the Holocaust, Jewish leaders had been especially active in Washington in furthering immigration reform.

“To the public, the most visible evidence of the immigration reform drive was played by Jewish legislative leaders, such as Representative [Emmanuel] Celler and Senator Jacob Javits of New York.

immigration“Less visible, but equally important, were the efforts of key advisers on presidential and agency staffs. These included senior policy advisers such as Julius Edelson and Harry Rosenfield in the Truman administration, Maxwell Rabb in the Eisenhower White House, and presidential aide Myer Feldman, assistant secretary of state Abba Schwartz, and deputy attorney general Norbert Schlei in the Kennedy-Johnson administration.”[3]

It must be pointed out that the illegal immigration movement is largely Jewish in its political and ideological orientation.[4] Last year, the Jewish Daily Forward announced that “Eric Cantor, top GOP Jew, changes tune on immigration.”[5]

The illegal immigration movement has a long history of support from many Jewish organizations and Jewish leaders,[6] going back to the 1920s, when many Jewish organizations fought tooth and nail to change the immigration policy in the United States (such as the American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, the B’nai B’rith, and the American Federation of Jews from Eastern Europe).[7]

Historian Hugh Davis Graham maintains that in the 1920s, some of the pressure employed by those organizations was “ineffective,” but they never gave up. Jewish governor Herbert Lehman picked up those themes in the 1940s, and after World War II, “Jewish leaders had been especially active in Washington in furthering immigration reform.”[8]

The methodology was quite strategic. When many Jews left the Soviet Union and much of Europe and moved to the United States, there was a fear among them that there could be a revival of anti-Semitism in America.

At the same time, many in America were well aware of Jewish revolutionary activity and, in the process, used caution when hiring Jewish professors and intellectuals.

For example, Ronald Radosh tells us in his memoir that many Jews like himself were sent from New York to Wisconsin to take over the universities and turn them into revolutionary cells. Jewish psychologist Joseph Jastrow seemed to have done just that when he turned the academic ambiance of the University of Wisconsin into an essentially Talmudic disputation. Jewish scholar Andrew R. Heinze entitles this chapter in America “Jewish psychological evangelism.”[9]

Since Jews have always been a minority group, they made alliances in order to combat what they perceived to be as anti-Semitism.[10]

In the process of time, many Jewish organizations and ideologues began to adopt “multiculturalism” as a way to promote a far more harmful agenda. In a widely televised program in Sweden, Jewish ideologue Barbara Lerner Spectre made this stunning declaration:

Europe will not survive without “multiculturalism”? How did it thrive for more than a thousand years without the help of Spectre? And isn’t Spectre implicitly saying here that she and other Jewish ideologues are responsible for anti-Jewish reactions?

Hasn’t “multiculturalism” been responsible for sexual rape in places like Australia, New Zealand, Belgium and even Sweden itself?[11] Didn’t we receive the memo about mass sexual abuse in Rotherham and other cities and towns in Britain?

Didn’t “multiculturalism” contribute to sexual atrocities such as gang rape and torture of at least 1,400 children in places like Rotherham, Rochdale, and Doncaster?[12]

Didn’t Home Secretary Theresa May declare that this sexual assault on children—most specifically “poor and vulnerable white girls”—happened because no one wants to “rock the multicultural boat”?[13] Weren’t the victims themselves “raped, beaten and doused in petrol if they threatened to tell”?[14] As philosopher Roger Scruton puts it, the best way to refute all those reports is to

“sweep it under the carpet, find ways of accusing the victims or their parents or the surrounding culture of institutionalised racism, and attending to more urgent matters such as the housing needs of recent immigrants, or the traffic offences committed by those racist middle classes.”[15]

What is so sad is that “In some cases, parents who tried to rescue their children from abusers were themselves arrested. Police officers even dismissed the rape of children by saying that sex had been consensual.”[16]

Rochdale, Greater Manchester, had a group of British Pakistanis known as the “Rochdale sex trafficking gang” that kidnapped and raped young British girls. This was called “an uncomfortable issue”[17] largely because the police were scared of being called racists for investigating the situation.

Two journalists for the British newspaper the Guardian noted, “Political correctness and fear of appearing racist had trumped child protection.”[18] But some of the perpetrators were eventually found guilty.[19]

News reporters were more than happy or willing to quickly blame Islam or “Muslims” for the sexual rape. But I sincerely doubt that those men were following the teachings of their traditional values. Didn’t Iranians for example burn down a movie theater in Iran because they saw that Hollywood in America was literally sexualizing the country? Didn’t the Supreme Leader in Iran explicitly resent how the CIA was literally changing the Iranian culture through sex?

Those “Muslim” rapists indeed are abetting the Zionist cause, but again, who is really behind the political sexualization? Shouldn’t Spectre take some blame?

Now listen to the International Business Times:

Sweden has the highest rate of rape in Europe, with the UN reporting 69 rape cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 2011, according to author and advocate of power feminism Naomi Wolf on opinion website Project Syndicate.

In 2010, Swedish police recorded the highest number of offences – about 63 per 100,000 inhabitants – of any force in Europe.

“According to rape crisis advocates in Sweden, one-third of Swedish women have been sexually assaulted by the time they leave their teens. According to a study published in 2003, and other later studies through 2009, Sweden has the highest sexual assault rate in Europe, and among the lowest conviction rates…

“A 2010 Amnesty report said: ‘In Sweden, according to official crime statistics, the number of reported rapes has quadrupled during the past 20 years. In 2008, there were just over 4,000 rapes of people over 15, the great majority of them girls and women.’”[20]

In short, Spectre, as member of the Dreadful Few, knows pretty well how to create chaos. She knows that “multiculturalism” only exists in the minds of the Dreadful Few and does not exist anywhere else. She also knows that “multiculturalism” can be used as a weapon in the ideological war.  Kristof is just continuing that tradition.


Evils-Of-ZionismThis issue came into sharper focus in 2010 when Arizona passed a law against illegal immigration. An article published in Haaretz reported then that that Israel was fighting tooth and nail against illegal immigration.

Yet the same article detailed how many rabbis in America were fighting against the Arizona law that opposed illegal immigration. In a letter sent to Governor Jan Brewer, a group of reform rabbis declare:

“This inhumane and retrogressive bill threatens the rights of all Arizona residents by making the failure to carry identification into a crime and leaving the entire population vulnerable to police questioning.

“Granting local police the power to determine what constitutes suspicious legal status is an affront to American values of justice and our historic status as a nation of immigrants.

“The bill places law enforcement in an untenable situation, while having an adverse impact on the state’s economy. We do not question your intention to protect people from racial profiling.

“However, we know from our own historical experience, that this is a slippery slope, to say the least…

“This bill moves us in the wrong direction, violating the principles of justice on which our nation was founded. We should, instead, focus our energy on comprehensive reform of our immigration system.”[21]

The Jewish groups that attacked the illegal immigration law included the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the National Council of Jewish Women and the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.[22]

Jewish groups went so far as to say that the law “mandates racial profiling.”[23] Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, changed the whole issue into being about race in order to gain the support of the masses.

“Allowing an individual’s accent or skin color to precipitate an investigation into his or her legal status is an anathema to American values of justice and our historic status as a nation of immigrants.”[24]

Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon Wiesenthal Center was of the same opinion:

“This law makes no sense—it guarantees and stigmatizes people of color as second-class citizens and exposes them to intimidation and the use of racial profiling as a weapon of bias.”[25]

Nothing could be further from the truth. How is the law on par with racial profiling when it is only asking whether a person is legal or illegal? Does it state anywhere in the law that a person’s “color” is to be of concern? Why does America suddenly become a “racist” nation when it only asks for reasonable laws and the application of those laws?

Benjamin Netanyahu declared in 2011 that illegal immigration is a “national calamity in all fields—the economy, the state security” in Israel.[26] Every single country in the world applies immigration laws and enforces them. But the Dreadful Few want a Talmudic standard in America.


 Once again, the Dreadful Few push illegal immigration only in America, not in Israel. Many Palestinians who dare to illegally cross the border to find work in Israel are likely to be treated harshly by the government (in some instances some of those people were sent to research facilities to be used as guinea pigs).[27]

Jacob Javits
Jacob Javits

Even in 2010, Netanyahu does not tolerate Africans who cross his borders illegally and tries to build a specific place for these people, separated from the main Israeli population.[28]

Avigdor Lieberman, deputy prime minister for strategic threats in 2006,

“has made it clear that he favors expulsion [of Israeli Arabs], so as to make Israel ‘as much as possible’ a homogeneous Jewish state.”[29]

In 1991, Yvonne Haddad of Georgetown University wrote that Israel

“not only bans the return of Palestinian Gentiles to their homelands, but also restricts its Christian and Muslim citizens to specified living areas and limits their access to resources which are monopolized and confiscated by the State (such as education, water, and land).”[30]

In addition, in 2011, many migrant workers who become pregnant in Israel were required to “leave the country within three months after giving birth or, alternatively, send their children abroad if they wish to retain their work visas.”[31]

By the summer of 2011, some in Israel were even proposing that African migrants must be sent to Australia.[32]

Even in January 2012, laws that portray racist and ethnic discrimination in Israel were still vibrant.[33] For example, an Israeli-born college graduate can earn twice as much as an Ethiopian counterpart—studies show that an Ethiopian graduate can work 48 hours per week and earn an average of NIS 47 per hour.

However, an Israeli graduate can work for 47 hours and earn an average of NIS 85 per hour.[34] That kind of inequality would create a huge uproar in the U.S., and it is hypocritical for Jewish organizations like the ADL to stay silent on the issue. Abraham Foxman and Rabbi Schmuley Boteach write frequently for the Jerusalem Post, yet we hear not a single word from them about this issue. Palestinian Christians face similar discrimination.[35]


Foxman talks about the “demographic challenge” that Israel is facing. He writes,

“Even if one takes seriously those who argue that the number of Palestinians living in the West Bank has been exaggerated (and most Israeli demographers disagree with that assessment), the ratio of Jews to Arabs in one-state would be near the 50 percent mark and would make the concept of a Jewish and democratic state, the hallmark of Israel through its history, a practical impossibility.

“A truly Jewish state can exist, as it does now, only with an overwhelming Jewish majority.”[36]

How can Foxman in good conscience defend this position while simultaneously denouncing Pat Buchanan’s Suicide of a Superpower as racist?[37] How can the ADL call Buchanan an “unrepentant bigot”[38] when they are doing the same thing?

Right after the publication of Buchanan’s Suicide of a Superpower, the ADL published an article asking MSNBC to dismiss Buchanan,[39] and Buchanan was eventually fired.

Shortly thereafter, Buchanan had the courage to say that the ideologies that people like Abraham Foxman espouse are un-American.[40]

Perhaps what pushed the ADL over the edge is the way Buchanan described the death of the WASP era in the Supreme Court. Buchanan cites Harvard Law Jewish professor Noah Feldman bragging about how Elena Kagan’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court is a sign that the WASP’s rule over the Supreme Court has finally come to an end.[41]


Abraham Foxman
Abraham Foxman

What the ADL considers bigotry is the same thing that has been said over and over by Jewish scholars and in Jewish publications. Buchanan cites Jewish Princeton professor Fred Greenstein saying that in the name of “diversity,” even the guard has been slowing changing.[42]

But again it is Buchanan who is the bigot. Menachem Z. Rosensaft of The Jewish Week declared that the firing of Buchanan “was long overdue.”[43] Ben Shapiro of Front Page Magazine, a neoconservative publication, also declared that Buchanan is an anti-Semite.[44]

Ultimately this is where “multiculturalism” and “diversity” have led us. The Dreadful Few promote diversity, but their agenda cannot allow for any conflicting interpretations. In May 2012, Netanyahu declared,

“The phenomenon of illegal infiltrators from Africa is extremely serious and threatens Israel’s social fabric and national security.

“If we don’t stop the problem, 60,000 infiltrators are liable to become 600,000, and cause the negation of the State of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state.”[45]

Likud MK Miri Regev declared that “the Sundanese are like a cancer in our body.”[46] Though Regev apologized later for this comment, she got to keep her prestigious job.

Although the ADL is pretty quick to see anti-Semitism all over Europe and America, deporting illegal immigrants in Israel does not concern the organization, even though they fight tooth and nail to support illegal immigrants in the United States.

This double standard has become so obvious to many Jews that some are beginning to distance themselves from those ideologies. Emily L. Hauser is an Israeli Jew who left Israel and now lives in the United States because she didn’t want to raise her children where they are “being lied to daily by leaders who mouth platitudes about peace, even as their actions do nothing but undermine the possibility of peace.”[47] Hauser made a reference to a 2010 poll revealing that half of Israeli high school students opposed equal rights for Palestinians.[48]


 If you think that the Dreadful Few do not play by Talmudic mores, think again.

Mearsheimer and Walt
Mearsheimer and Walt

“The Israel Democracy Institute reported in May 2003 that 57 percent of Israel’s Jews ‘think that the Arabs should be encouraged to emigrate. A 2004 survey conducted by Haifa University’s Center for the Study of National Security found that the number had increased 63.7 percent.”

John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago and Stephen M. Walt of Harvard respond,

“If 40 percent or more of white Americans declared that blacks, Hispanics, and Asians ‘should be encouraged’ to leave the United States, it would surely prompt vehement criticism.”[49]

A 2007 poll indicated that

“55 percent of Israeli Jews wanted segregated entertainment facilities, while more than 75 percent said they would not live in the same building as an Israeli Arab.

“More than half of the respondents said that for a Jewish woman to marry an Arab is equal to national treason, and 50 percent said that they would refuse employment if their immediate supervisor was an Arab.

“The Israel Democracy Institute reported in May 2003 that 53 percent of Israeli Jews ‘are against full equality for the Arabs,’ while 77 percent…believe that ‘there should be a Jewish majority on crucial political decisions.’”[50]

At the end of 2010, a number of leading rabbis “initiated a call urging Jews to refrain from renting or selling apartments to non-Jews.”[51] One of the rabbis, Scheinen Yoseph, even declared that “racism originated in the Torah.”[52]

Rabbi Shmuel Eliahu and other rabbis in Safed, Israel, believed it was a religious issue “forbidding residents to rent apartments to Israeli Arab students from the local community college.”[53]

To fight this,

“Several days later, a building that houses Arab students was attacked by a group of young Jews, and an elderly Holocaust survivor renting a room to students received threats.”[54]

Moreover, “In a city park next to a college building on a recent afternoon, ‘Death to Arabs’ was scrawled on a gatepost.”[55]


There is a complete contradiction here that cannot be reconciled, and pointing this contradiction out can hardly amount to anti-Semitism. Yet when confronted with this kind of double standard, Abraham Foxman declares,

“Well, in terms of size and dimension Israel is nowhere near the U.S.”

Having set the parameters this way, he then goes on to debunk the Arizona law:

“This law is biased, bigoted and unconstitutional. It’s a hysterical and politically motivated response to a problem that the U.S. ignored for too long, and it’s not the way to deal with it.

“But this bigoted response might traumatize the country and force it to finally deal with this issue. However, comparisons of Arizona to Hitler and Nazi Germany, made by some good people who are angry, are inappropriate.”[56]


 But the irony is that black rights aren’t a priority in Israel. Journalist Jonathan Cook reports that

“health officials in Israel are subjecting many female Ethiopian immigrants to a controversial long-term birth control drug… known as Depo Provera…

“Use of the contraceptive by Israeli doctors has risen threefold over the past few years. Figures show that 57 percent of Depo Provera users in Israel are Ethiopian, even though the community accounts for less than two percent of the total population…

“Ethiopians are reported to face widespread discrimination in jobs, housing and education and it recently emerged that their blood donations were routinely discarded.”[57]

Schools for Ethiopians are largely segregated,[58] a process that has been going on since 1967.[59] Thomas Friedman of the New York Times writes that fifty-five segregated buses were in operation in Israel in 2009. He also reaffirmed the fact that the Israel Lobby largely dominates foreign policy in America.[60]

Not a single Jewish organization in America complains about the school bus issue. Yet David Harris, executive director of the American Jewish Committee, declares that many of Friedman’s comments with respect to the Israel Lobby “conjures up the ugliest anti-Semitic stereotypes.”[61] The Anti-Defamation League, the most visible Jewish organization in the U.S., does not even have an article on this.

Have the Dreadful Few provided serious reasons showing that they are really compassionate and care about the well-being of other people? Well, until they can cure the Zionist cancer in Israel, we should never pay attention to them in America.


[1] Nicholas Kristof, “Immigration Enriches You and Me,” NY Times, November 21, 2014.

[2] Ibid.

[3] Graham, Collision Course, 56-57.

[4] For a recent development, see for example Nathan Guttman, “Jewish Immigration Advocates Push Eric Cantor to Support Broad Reforms,” Jewish Daily Forward, February 21, 2014; Rex Weiner, “Jews Unite Behind Push for Immigration Reform,” Jewish Daily Forward, June 26, 2013; Gideon Aronoff, “Immigration Reform Is Our Jewish Responsibility,” Jewish Daily Forward, May 17, 2011; Morris J. Vogel, “For Jews, a Permanent Stake in the Immigration Debate,” Jewish Daily Forward, October 20, 2010; Nathan Guttman, “Immigration Debate Prompts Growing Jewish-Latino Ties,” Jewish Daily Forward, January 27, 2010.

[5] “Eric Cantor, Top GOP Jew, Changes Tune on Immigration,” Jewish Daily Forward, February 10, 2013.

[6] See Kevin McDonald, The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements (Lincoln, NE: 1st Books Library, 2002), chapter 7.

[7] Hugh Davis Graham, Collision Course: The Strange Convergence of Affirmative Action and Immigration Policy in America (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), 56-57.

[8] Ibid., 57.

[9] For a study on Jastrow’s work, see for example Andrew R. Heinze, Jews and the American Soul: Human Nature in the Twentieth Century (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004), chapter 6.

[10] See for example Murray Friedman, What Went Wrong?: The Creation and Collapse of the Black-Jewish Alliance (New York: Free Press, 2007); Israel Shahak, Jewish History, Jewish Religion: The Weight of Three Thousand Years (London: Pluto Press, 2004).

[11] See for example Natasha Wallace, “Gang Rapist Claims Right to Assault,” Sydney Morning Herald, December 10, 2005; Ludovica Laccino, “Top 5 Countries with the Highest Rates of Rape,” International Business Times, January 29, 2014.

[12] Helen Pidd, “Failures in Rotherham Led to Sexual Abuse of 1,400 Children,” Guardian, August 27, 2014; Randeep Ramesh, “Rotherham Child Sexual Abuse Scandal Is Tip of Iceberg, Says Police Chief,” Guardian, October 15, 2014.

[13] Sarfraz Manzoor, “The England That Is Forever Pakistan: Multiculturalism and Rape in Rotherham,” NY Times, September 15, 2014; see also Allison Pearson, “Rotherham: In the Face of Such Evil, Who Is the Racist Now?,” Telegraph, August 27, 2014.

[14] Martin Evans and Gordon Rayner, “Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation: Victims, Raped, Beaten and Doused in Petrol If They Threatened to Tell,” Telegraph, August 26, 2014.

[15] Roger Scruton, “Why Did British Police Ignore Pakistani Gangs Abusing 1,400 Rotherham Children? Political Correctness,” Forbes, August 30, 2014.

[16] Martin Evans, “Rotherham sex abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited by Asian gangs while authorities turned a blind eye,” Telegraph, August 26, 2014.

[17] Nigel Bunyan, “Rochdale Grooming Trial, Asian Grooming Gangs, The Uncomfortable Issue,” Telegraph, May 8, 2012.

[18] Ella Cockbain and Helen Brayley, “The Truth about ‘Asian Sex Gangs,’” Guardian, May 8, 2012; also Nigel Bunyan, “Rochdale Grooming Trial: Police Knew about Sex Abuse in 2002 but Failed to Act,” Telegraph, May 9, 2012.

[19] Helen Carter, “Rochdale Gang Found Guilty of Sexually Exploiting Girls,” Guardian, May 8, 2012.

[20] Ludovica Laccino, “Top 5 Countries with the Highest Rates of Rape,” International Business Times, January 29, 2014.

[21] Natasha Mozgovaya, “Focus U.SA./Reminders of Israel in the Arizona Immigration Debate,” Haaretz, May 12, 2010.

[22] Melissa Apter, “New Arizona Law Brings Renewed Attention to Immigration Reform,” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, April 26, 2010.

[23] Ibid.

[24] Ibid.

[25] Ibid.

[26] “Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu: Illegal Immigration ‘a National Calamity,’” Fox News, December 11, 2011.

[27] See Victor Ostrovsky, The Other Side of Deception: A Rogue Agent Exposes the Mossad’s Secret Agenda (New York: HarperCollins,

1995).

[28] See Mark Weiss, “Israel Approves African Migrant Detention Camp,” Irish Times, November 29, 2010.

[29] Mearsheimer and Walt, The Israel Lobby, 90.

[30] Sizer, Christian Zionism, 210.

[31] Dana Weiler-Polak, “UN Reports Slams Israel’s Treatment of Pregnant Migrant Workers,” Haaretz, February 13, 2011.

[32] Lahav Harkov, “Danny Danon: Send African Migrants to Australia,” Jerusalem Post, June 30, 2011.

[33] Leonard Fein, “Echoes of U.S. Racism in Israel,” Jewish Daily Forward, January 29, 2012; “Ethiopians Rally Against Racism in Israel,” Jewish Daily Forward, January 10, 2012; Merav Michaeli, “In Israel, Some are More Equal than Others,” Haaretz, January 16, 2012; “5,000 Ethiopians Protest Racism in Israel,” Jewish Daily Forward, January 18, 2012.

[34] Revital Blumenfeld, “Study: Israeli-Born College Graduates Earn Twice as Much as their Ethiopian Counterparts,” Haaretz, January 24, 2012.

[35] Fida Jiryis, “The Myth of Israel’s Favorable Treatment of Palestinian Christians,” Mondoweiss.net, March 15, 2012; Jason Ditz, “Israeli Officials: 60 Minutes Report on Treatment of Christians a Strategic Threat,” Antiwar.com, April 23, 2012.

[36] Abraham Foxman, “Peter Beinart is Right, But for the Wrong Reasons,” Jerusalem Post, March 20, 2012.

[37] http://www.adl.org/PresRele/Di-RaB_41/6153_41.htm.

[38] http://www.adl.org/special_reports/Patrick_Buchanan2/default.asp.

[39] http://www.adl.org/PresRele/Di-RaB_41/6153_41.htm.

[40] Patrick J. Buchanan, “Blacklisted, but Not Beaten,” American Conservative, Feb. 16, 2012.

[41] Noah Feldman, “The Triumphant Decline of the WASP,” NY Times, June 27, 2010.

[42] Buchanan, Suicide of a Superpower, 252-254.

[43] Menachem Z. Rosensaft, “The Sins of Pat Buchanan,” Jewish Week, Feb. 21, 2012.

[44] Ben Shapiro, “Pat Buchanan: Anti-Semite,” FrontPageMag.com, March 2, 2012.

[45] Talila Nesher, “Netanyahu: Israel Could Be Overrun by African Infiltrators,” Haaretz, May 21, 2012.

[46] “Israeli MK: I Didn’t Mean to Shame Holocaust by Calling African Migrants ‘a Cancer,’” Haaretz, May 27, 2012.

[47] Emily L. Hauser, “Dear Israel, This Is Why I Left,” Daily Beast, April 6, 2012.

[48] Or Kashti, “Poll: Half of Israeli High Schoolers Oppose Equal Rights for Arabs,” Haaretz, March 11, 2010.

[49] Mearsheimer and Walt, Israel Lobby, 90.

[50] Ibid.

[51] Chaim Levinson, “Top Rabbis Moved to Forbid Renting Homes to Arabs, Say ‘israel Belongs to Jews,” Haaretz, December 7, 2010.

[52] Ibid.

[53] Joel Greenberg, “Allegations of Racism and Questions about an Israel Town’s Character,” Washington Post, November 14, 2010.

[54] Ibid.

[55] Ibid.

[56] Mozgovaya, “Reminders of Israel in the Arizona Immigration Debate,” Haaretz.

[57] Jonathan Cook, “Israel’s Treatment of Europeans Seen as ‘Racist,’” Middle East Online, February 2, 2010.

[58] See Or Kashi, “A School of 290 Students, 289 of Them Black,” Haaretz, August 31, 2010.

[59] See Illan Pappe, The Forgotten Palestinian: A History of the Palestinians in Israel (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), chapter 3.

[60] Thomas L. Friedman, “Newt, Mitt, Bibi and Vladimir,” NY Times, December 13, 2011.

[61] David Harris, “New York Times Columnist Tom Friedman Crossed the Line,” Jerusalem Post, December 19, 2011.

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Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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